Last week’s biggest retail technology plays at a glance — Retail Technology Innovation Hub

Tool and homeware supplier Helton Tool & Home has signed up with Brightpearl’s retail operating system as it looks to transform its multi-channel operations. 

The brand will now have Brightpearl in place as its central source of truth, and have access to such features as the Automation Engine and Inventory Planner Premium tools.

Sephora has enlisted commercetools as it moves away from an older legacy system to a composable architecture.

It says that it is “accelerating its digital architecture growth with state-of-the-art MACH (Microservices Based, API-First, Cloud-Native, Headless)-based technology, continuing to provide modern, seamless digital experiences for its customers”.

Toonstar has become the official Web3 partner for Hot Topic.

It will be the US retailer’s preferred Web3 provider to produce NFTs and other digital activations for both original projects and Hot Topic developed IP.

Hot Topic will officially launch the relationship at Comic-Con on 21st July with an exclusive opportunity for The Hot Topic HT Fanatics community to have a cameo in an upcoming episode of The Gimmicks, a Web3 animated series that Toonstar co-produces with actress Mila Kunis’ digital studio Sixth Wall.

Co-op and Starship Technologies have partnered with North Northamptonshire Council to roll-out autonomous grocery delivery to residents across Wellingborough, Higham Ferrers and Rushden in Northamptonshire.

The service started last week and the partnership will see up to 45,000 residents in 33,000 households able to access on-demand delivery from four Co-op stores located in Olympic Way and, Northern Way, Wellingborough; Grangeway, Rushden and High Street, Higham Ferrers.

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